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7:00 AM | Big warm up today, but some snow still possible on Saturday

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7:00 AM | Big warm up today, but some snow still possible on Saturday

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Mainly cloudy, becoming breezy and noticeably milder after a chilly start to the day, nothing more than a shower or two, highs in the low-to-mid 60’s late

Tonight

Mainly cloudy, breezy, turning colder, rain likely late that can mix with sleet and/or snow, lows in the mid 30’s

Saturday

Cloudy and much colder, occasional ran, sleet and/or snow likely, near 40 degrees for afternoon highs

Saturday Night

Chance for rain and/or snow early then partial clearing, breezy, quite cold, mid-to-upper 20’s for overnight lows

Sunday

Mainly sunny, cold, mid 40’s

Monday

Mainly cloudy, cold, chance for rain and/or snow, low-to-mid 40’s

Tuesday

Mainly cloudy, chilly, chance for showers, lower 50's

Wednesday

Partly sunny, still on the chilly side, lower 50's

Discussion

A “clipper-like” low pressure system will drop southeastward across the Great Lakes today and it is bringing rain and snow showers to parts of the Mid-Atlantic region. This system will also drag a cold front through the area tonight and much colder-than-normal air will head into the region for the weekend after a brief spike in temperatures this afternoon. A couple of waves of low pressure will form along this cold frontal boundary zone on Saturday and likely throw mixed precipitation into the I-95 corridor and there can be some accumulating snow as well. While this does not appear to be a significant event, the second wave of energy that "hangs back" for later tomorrow has to still be monitored as a small shift can have a big impact. Stay tuned.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian
Vencore, Inc.
vencoreweather.com